Venezuelan opposition
20 points to understand the drama of the right-wing opposition in Venezuela

João Pedro Stedile of the National Board of the Landless Rural Workers’ Movement of Brazil explains the conflicts within the Venezuelan opposition

Long live teleSUR!

Political leaders, journalists and social organizations across Latin America and the Caribbean have condemned far-right Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaidó’s threats to seize the left-wing media outlet teleSUR

Juan Guaidó threatens attack against teleSUR

Telesur was founded in 2005 in a collaborative effort between Venezuela, Uruguay, Nicaragua, Cuba and Bolivia, as an alternative to mainstream media narratives

Guaidó and supporters storm Venezuelan Parliament building

Luis Parra was elected as the new president of the National Assembly of Venezuela on January 5 but former president Juan Guaidó has refused to recognize the vote

Venezuela 2019: Yankees go home!

2019 saw a series of desperate attempts coordinated by the US to overthrow democratically elected president Nicolás Maduro and engender chaos in Venezuela, but the unity of the Venezuelan people and the strength of the Bolivarian Revolution persevered

A letter to intellectuals who deride revolutions in the name of purity

Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz, Ana Maldonado, Pilar Troya Fernández, and Vijay Prashad respond to the comments by intellectuals against the progressive processes in Latin America

Grayzone’s Max Blumenthal arrested over report on Venezuelan embassy violence

Blumenthal was accused of assault by one of the Venezuelan opposition protesters at the Venezuelan embassy in DC, where he was reporting on their siege of the embassy

Venezuelan government confirms new dialogue with opposition

The two parties agreed on a new process of dialogue and signed a six-point agreement which includes a complete rejection of the economic sanctions against Venezuela. Earlier, far-right wing opposition leader Juan Guaidó announced his withdrawal from the talks

Around the World in 8 Minutes: Episode 36

This episode discusses the UN report on Venezuela, the assassination of a human rights activist in the Philippines and 500 days of workers mobilization in India.

What you should know about the US blockade of Venezuela

The illegal sanctions imposed by the US on Venezuela have caused billions of dollars of losses for the Venezuelan economy and have killed over 40,000 since 2017

Activists continue to protect Venezuelan embassy in Washington D.C. from attempted takeover

Anti-imperialist and anti-war activists have been protecting Venezuelan Embassy in Washington D.C. for the past two weeks in order to impede a takeover of the building by Venezuela opposition forces

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